There has been some serious heat coming out this season so far and here is another one that really nails it, Radiall and their autumn/winter 2014 collection. This might be my overall favourite thus far, both presentation and collection wise. One of everything for me please, thanks, including the doo-doo brown Ironhead Sporty.
Following up on the fly fishing lifestyle lookbook for the autumn/winter 2014 season from WTAPS here is a look at the studio style lookbook. I really dig the presentation on these ones, clean, simple and to the point and the censor bar on the eyes gives it a strange anon feel. This presentation is all about the gear, which is pure gold throughout (not so sure about the A-6 boots but I get it). A few highlights for me are the hockey jersey, the military style outerwear, the Ebbets colab joints and the plain toe work boots.
What better way to round out a Friday then a look at the latest from one of my favourites, Black Weirdos and their autumn/winter 2014 collection. This shit is just so out there in a great way, 70′s stylings throughout; Cowichans, tie-dye onsies, parkas, zig-zag patterns, bean boots and “Bob”. Another great collection from the strange minds at Black Weirdos.
Always stoked to see the latest from Japanese label WTAPS. The brand is continuously ahead of the curve and always doing it right. This collection for the AW14 season is accompanied by this outdoors/fly fishing lookbook, great to see a brand like this pushing the fly fishing, something I personally have been getting into over the last couple years. Great presentation and a great collection (studio lookbook to come) from a brand that always inspires.
Here is a look at the latest from Japanese outdoors inspired brand Predawn and their autumn/winter 2014 collection. Some great looks seen through out and the styling and locations are super on point, giving the collection a much more street oriented feel then previous seasons.
The Moving Development are back at it with the latest for the fall/winter 2014 season. We have been following this brand over the last few years and have always enjoyed watching it progress, this season is another solid move forward. The FW14 collection itself is is looking good featuring graphic tees, a hoodie, shirting, a work-style vest and jacket as well as the addition of a tote bag and a coffee mug. The collection itself is accompanied by some great presentation, modeled by the man behind the brand, Bakes.
‘Salsa Cycles Why Bikepack short film shares the story of a fall bikepacking trip and the motivations of one of the riders. Shot on the beautiful Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Trails in northern Wisconsin in Fall 2013′
So on point! Planning my first bikepack mission for the spring, can’t wait (and can’t believe its taken me so long to tackle this aspect of cycling).